This couple decided to turn their current minivan into a DIY micro motorhome and they nicknamed it Red Delicious.
On the outside, it looks like a standard burgundy van, but when you take a look inside, you’ll find it’s much more than just a minivan.
Inside, the back seats have been removed to make way for a bed-for-two, and a simple milk crate storage system in the back of the van. Need an awning? They created one from a tarp and poles. A table, set of chairs, and gas burners tuck into the van during transport and can be pulled out for sitting and eating when they get to a campsite. They even have blinds to cover the windows for privacy and blocking out light.
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Couple Convert their Minivan into a DIY Micro Motorhome
This is a Dodge Caravan Jucy RV Rental that has been converted into a mini RV. Once you take a look at it, doesn’t it remind you of a modern-day VW bus?
From the outside, you can definitely tell that this isn’t your everyday minivan mostly because of the pop-top, but also because of the color scheme. When you go inside, you’ll notice it has been converted into a compact micro motorhome. It sure would be fun to travel the country in something like this, wouldn’t it?
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